Inventory (FF&E and SO&E)
In connection with landlord-lien lawsuits, differences/disputes in courts and purchase transactions, the existing inventory of a commercial object must be evaluated. The first two scenarios mainly deal with the settlement of rent/lend-lease debt. The inventory evaluation in purchase situations is mostly focused on differentiation of purchase price by property/land, buildings and Inventory, and therefore aids in the calculation of depreciation amounts. The basis for an inventory evaluation is an on-site appointment, at which the relevant objects are recorded by taking photographs and detailed written descriptions. The evaluation relies on this collected information along with the actual purchase price and current prices, always taking use and time factors into consideration. As a result, the value of the continuation amount or liquidation amount (with consideration of disassembly, storage, transportation etc.) can be determined.